I joined the School of Geography, Politics and Sociology as a Lecturer in Political Geography in January 2017, after completing my PhD at the University of British Columbia. I do a mix of political and legal geography but I'm especially interested in interdisciplinary work that engages critically with questions of war, security, international law and the Middle East.
Lecturer in Political Geography, Newcastle University
University of British Columbia, PhD
University of British Columbia, M.A.
Manchester University, B.A. (Hons)
Traveling law: Targeted Killing, Lawfare and the Deconstruction of the Battlefield, In Luban and Kraidy: American Studies Encounters the Middle East
Lawfare and the Juridification of Late Modern War, Progress in Human Geography
War/Law/Space: Notes toward a legal geography of war, Environment & Planning D: Society & Space
Frames of law: targeting advice and operational law in the Israeli military, Environment & Planning D: Society & Space